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I have to many facebook accounts I want to know who to clear them out or get rid of them.

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How do I get rid of people on my facebook that I don't know?


You can't cancel people. The best course of action is to simply open another account and then notify the people whom you wish to have as friends and give them your new address. Obviously you have to have two different email accounts to do this. Then you can ignore the large one and simply use the small one. However, do not make your brother a Facebook friend on this new account.

Jul 12, 2014 | Facebook Social Network

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Facebook login


Two options... 1) Update your old facebook account to reflect the changes you want... Or 2) Contact support at flikka and explain you'd like to separate your flikka account from facebook.

Mar 19, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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Andreanpltn@aol.com


https://gethuman.com/phone-number/Facebook

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Directs you to online support. Facebook does not offer phone support.
This phone number is popular with other Facebook customers, but be sure to follow the 6 steps further down.
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How to unlock my facebook account?


i have some problem facebook account .know me facebook no opening errar photo block pls help me what doing know

May 28, 2012 | facebook.com

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Facebook website


clear your cookies

Jan 03, 2012 | Facebook Social Network

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Facebook account: Your account is currently unavailable due to a site issue.


Hi,

There might some tech issues on the site however you can try to clear cache and cookies and browsing history. Here is a link how to clear cache, cookies dowload and browsing history http://kb.iu.edu/data/ahic.html

Note:

Don't forget to close your browser and open it again to refresh it.

Hope this helps

Oct 20, 2011 | facebook.com

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Locked out of Facebook done it all and still THEY WONT LET ME IN


It's easy to get hacked on Facebook and lose access to your account. And getting it back can be a help-desk headache for some users.
All too often, users click links indiscriminately. They add friends they don't really know. They sign up for applications without knowing what they do. And most people use the same password for every website -- a dream come true for malicious users looking to steal your information.
To protect us, the mechanical bouncers in Facebook's system scan the site for unusual activity, and will suspend your account if they think your profile was breached by a malicious user. But the process to get it working again doesn't always go smoothly.

To protect us, the mechanical bouncers in Facebook's system scan the site for unusual activity, and will suspend your account if they think your profile was breached by a malicious user. But the process to get it working again doesn't always go smoothly.
For example, the system can suspend the account if it sees you're logging in from another country or from a device you don't typically use. As a security precaution, a user then has to verify their identity.
In most cases, it's an easy fix. Just type in a code that is texted to your phone or verify your birthday, and then change the password. But if there's a technical glitch within Facebook, some users can be blocked for months without being able to find help in fixing the problem. To make matters more frustrating, there's no way to reach a human by phone on Facebook.
Don Silver hasn't had access to his Facebook page for more than a month. He has two options to reactivate his account: get a special code texted to the phone number he registered with Facebook, or recognize five randomly chosen pictures from his Facebook friends.
The phone route didn't work. He hasn't received a text message code after repeated tries. And as the chief operating officer of public relations firm Boardroom Communications, he has Facebook friends he's met only once -- making it difficult to recognize some people.
``I have no idea who the guy is,'' Silver said as he looked at the first photo in Facebook's test. ``He's hugging a beautiful girl, but she's covering half his face.''
He sent repeated messages to Facebook's help team, but was told each time that they don't see a problem with his account.
And there's Marjorie Swensson of Kendall, who also hasn't been able to access Facebook in more than a month. She said the security verification asked for her birth date. Problem is, the Facebook website says her birth date is wrong. She's sent numerous messages to Facebook's help account, but has yet to get a response.
When told of Silver and Swensson's problems, Facebook responded with a general statement, saying it is ``constantly working to improve these systems to make the experience of confirming an identity and regaining access to an account as painless as possible.''
If you find yourself locked out of Facebook because of a technical glitch, enter a detailed message of the problem at facebook.com/help/?page=1024 and follow the appropriate link.
If you don't hear back, keep trying. I've seen numerous reports online of people getting their problem fixed after several months -- but they never got a notification message.
Facebook clearly has a serious customer-service issue. Having users go weeks without answers is unacceptable.
Let this be a reminder that although we depend heavily on Facebook for communication, it can be gone in a flash, like all other things in our digital lives.
But to avoid getting caught in a similar mess, practice safe surfing to avoid accidentally compromising your account. Use a different password for all sites, don't click on unknown applications, and don't click on links from odd-sounding messages.

Sep 17, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I'm Don Allen, my wife Charlotte and I share a computer. Today, when I try to log on I get her account. My account is seemingly not available. Every attempt results in coming up on her account as a...


Make sure first that you log out your wife's facebook account before you log in.

Clearing the cache and removing cookies in your internet browser could fix it. On the Tools menu of your internet browser, click Options. Now select Privacy tab select Show cookies, the remove it.

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Aug 20, 2010 | Facebook Computers & Internet

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Profiles


Hi Kathy!
How are you?

Log on to the account you wish to get rid of.
Click Account (upper-right corner) -> Account Settings.
Scroll to the bottom and click deactivate account.
Follow the instruction on screen and you're done! :)

Regards,
Pelu.

Jun 04, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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Two accounts


open the account that you want to get rid of. click on to account at the right hand side of the windows move down to account settingsgo down and click Deactivate Account

May 31, 2010 | Facebook Social Network

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